Steve Grant, right, the former policy and governance manager at the N.C. Office of Human Resources, won a wrongful termination lawsuit against Gov. Roy Cooper’s administration in September. Grant is pictured here, on the job for a state government recruiting event, in March 2016 at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point. Grant served 20 years in the Marines before starting his own state government career.
Steve Grant, right, the former policy and governance manager at the N.C. Office of Human Resources, won a wrongful termination lawsuit against Gov. Roy Cooper’s administration in September. Grant is pictured here, on the job for a state government recruiting event, in March 2016 at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point. Grant served 20 years in the Marines before starting his own state government career. NC Office of State Human Resources
Steve Grant, right, the former policy and governance manager at the N.C. Office of Human Resources, won a wrongful termination lawsuit against Gov. Roy Cooper’s administration in September. Grant is pictured here, on the job for a state government recruiting event, in March 2016 at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point. Grant served 20 years in the Marines before starting his own state government career. NC Office of State Human Resources

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